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2016-2017 SAT & ACT Testing Dates
 
SAT Reasoning Test OR Subject Tests

October 1, 2016

November 5, 2016

December 3, 2016

January 21, 2017

March 11, 2017     

May 6, 2017        Offered at Southold

June 3, 2017

 

ACT w/Writing
September 10, 2016 
October 22, 2016
December 10, 2016
February 11, 2017
April 8, 2017
June 10, 2017    Offered at Southold

2017–18 SAT Dates

2017–18 SAT Administration Dates (Anticipated)
SAT DateSAT Subject Test Available?
Aug 26, 2017Yes
Oct 7, 2017Yes
Nov 4, 2017Yes
Dec 2, 2017Yes
Mar 10, 2018No
May 5, 2018Yes
Jun 2, 2018Yes
 
College Board: SAT I Learning Center- Take a free mini-SAT, learn study tips and skill builders
College Board: SAT II Learning Center- Interactive practice questions and tips for the SAT II
ACT: Test Taking Strategies- Become familiar with the content of the ACT test
 
Testing for Students with Disabilities

Requesting Accommodations on College Board Tests- Information for students with documented disabilities that necessitates testing accommodations.  Requesting Accommodations on the ACT Exam- Information for students with documented disabilities that necessitates testing accommodations.

Southold Junior-Senior High School Test Center Code: 335282
 


New SAT Exam As Of Spring 2016


The College Board, the organization that develops and administers the SAT, has announced plans to introduce major changes to the standardized test that was once an entry requirement for college-bound students. The redesigned SAT draws on research-based evidence that defines the knowledge and skills that are most essential for readiness and success.  Developed in collaboration with college and K12 educators, the redesigned SAT will reflect the work students do in class that best prepares them for college and career success.  The sweeping revisions were unveiled by David Coleman, president of the College Board, who also is the architect of the Common Core State Standards Initiative. Coleman said the SAT should offer worthy challenges, not artificial obstacles. The new version will be rolled out in 2016.

Some highlights of the changes are:

            -The new SAT will being in March 2016. 

            -Scoring does not deduct points for incorrect answers (rights-only scoring). Students are                   encouraged to select the best answer to every question. 

            -Essay is optional.

            -Score scale of 1600 with separate score for Essay.

            -SAT available in paper and digital forms.

 

To see a complete and thorough comparison of the current and future SAT exam, please refer to the following link:

https://www.collegeboard.org/delivering-opportunity/sat/compare

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Francesca Reardon,
Nov 15, 2013, 10:34 AM
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